Podcast: Planning for an Age-Friendly Future
Experts from AARP, the American Society on Aging and the American Planning Association met to talk about creating livable communities for people of all ages. Hear what they had to say
One of the most exciting developments in the livable communities movement is the increasing collaboration between professionals who specialize in aging and the planners who shape the form and function of our communities.
AARP and AARP California, along with the American Planning Association and the American Society on Aging (ASA) hosted the second annual Summit on Livable Communities at the ASA's annual Aging in America Conference, held in San Francisco in March.
The gathering was a rare opportunity during which more than 220 professionals came together to experience what cross-sector planning looks like. Hear what was discussed by listening to our 45-minute podcast featuring highlights from the presentations and conversations about how to better plan for the rapid aging of the U.S. population.
The featured speakers are:
Naomi Armenta, Senior Associate, Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates
Stephanie Firestone, MUP, Senior Strategic Policy Advisor, AARP Office of International Affairs
Rodney Harrell, Ph.D., Director of Livability Thought Leadership, AARP Public Policy Institute
Denise Pinkston, MCRP, Partner, TMG Partners
Matt Raimi, AICP, LEED-ND AP, Principal, Raimi + Associates
Jennifer Raitt, MS, Director, Planning and Community Development, Arlington, Massachusetts
- Learn more about the Summit on Livable Communities by reading "Planning for Aging is Taking Off" by Stephanie Firestone of AARP.
Published May 2018
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